Thursday 29th September. 7-9pm
Our next talk will feature a presentation by Maddie Blanche followed by lots of time for discussion about the intersections of class and mental health.
The diagnosis and treatments given to people of different social classes by psychiatrists is a big subject and has been a continuing area of interest to mental health professionals and researchers. This talk and discussion will introduce and explore some of the issues around class and psychiatry from a working class perspective.
Glasgow Autonomous Space
53 Kilbirnie Street
(go through gates next to the “Calor Gas” car park, directly opposite Anaya/Lahore Indian restaurant. There is a small set of steps up to a door into side of the warehouse building. That is the space. Phone 07828540512 if you are having trouble or to get in the non step entrance if you have access needs)
Glasgow AF discussion group is open and free to all, however any donations towards costs will be appreciated.
We ask that all those attending this event read the brief introduction to our safer spaces policy here: https://afed.org.uk/about/safer-spaces/